VIDEO FORECAST: Stormy Weekend

We will be seeing rain work its way into the region today, but this rain on Saturday is just a small glimpse into the very heavy rain, wind, and snow we will be experiencing on Sunday.

Posted: Feb. 23, 2019 10:11 AM
Updated: Feb. 23, 2019 10:12 AM

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a good job of raisin ya. today: we'll see spotty light to moderate rain and snow showers along and west of the cascades on saturday with isolated activity in siskiyou county and east of the cascades. snow levels will be around 2,000' in the morning before rising to 3,500' in the afternoon. a surge of heavier rain and snow will begin to push into the region tomorrow nightht into sunday. heavy rain is expected along the coast with heavy snow for the coastal ranges and the cascades. a winter storm warning has been issued for the cascades and siskyous, the mountains of western siskiyou county, and for the klamath basin from 4 pm saturday to 10 am monday. 1-2' of snow with upwards of 2-3' of snow around crater & as snow levels will be rising sunday into monday. for the mountains of western siskyou county, totals will be between 18-24" in spots, especially, the higher elevations of hwy 3 and blizzard conditions. in the klamath basin, areas like chemult and crescent could see upwards of 12-18" of more widespread as we move into the overnight hours. we will really start see rainfall become heavy out on the coast in the predawn hours of sunday before that way in the cascades as we enter the predawn hours of sunday. snow levels are going to remain around 3,500' tonight. with this warm system entering our region, overnight temperatures will stay fairly mild. the coast is going to see low temperatures in the mid to 30s, and the klamath basin will be much warmer tonight than has been experienced recently with lows in the upper 20s to low 30s. a flood watch has been issued areas could see multiple inches of rain, along with melting snow thanks to rising snow levels. the flows will be concern in burn scar areas. extended: rain and snow become more widespread and heavier for many areas on sunday. winds will be cranking up too. a valley from 4 am to 7 pm monday and for lake and eastern klamath counties from 4 am to 10 pm monday. likely set up over the region into next week where hawaii. with this set up, we have the potential for very heavy rain and very heavy snow in our higher elevations. snow levels are expected to rise into next rainfall amounts could be very impressive, especially, near the coast and the coastal ranges. we could see rainfall amounts in these areas over 8"! after monday, there are uncertainities when it comes to exact snow will keep you posted on this unsettled weather through the weekend. [c3]main weather-toss from wx that's a look at what you can expect for the week ahead.
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